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Minority institutions couldn’t act arbitrarily: SC

The Supreme Court of India held that a minority institution could not act arbitrarily or unfairly in dealing with the selection¬†of the eligible candidates despite their autonomy under Article 30 of the Constitution of India and the courts does have … Continue reading

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Two-tier arbitration permissible: SC

In an important ruling, the Supreme Court of India clarified that the parties have the autonomy to agree to a two-tier arbitration in India (appellate arbitration) and such a choice would not be contrary to the public policy of India. … Continue reading

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